Ending The Needless Violence And Mayhem

Since the Sandy Hook massacre in December, there have been nearly one million automobile accidents in the US, with half a million injuries and over 5,000 deaths.

No farmer needs a Prius to grow crops, so they should be banned immediately.

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4 Responses to Ending The Needless Violence And Mayhem

  1. Billy in NZ says:

    We are having one of those extreme weather events down here in New Zealand.Every day is hovering around a very comfortable 24 C.Nice sunny days with occasional showers at night to keep plants nicely supplied with water.I call weather/climate here to be perfect.Can any one explain to me what has gone wrong?

    • Lance says:

      Dang…i feel your pain…we went from +2 (chinook), and the cold front came through about 1 hour ago, and we are heading to -20C by tomorrow morning. Your weather is much more severe…

  2. gator69 says:

    About 270,000,000 guns, and 247,421,120 cars in the US.

    “Of the 30,470 firearm-related deaths in the United States in 2010, 19,392 (63.6%) were suicide deaths, and 11,078 (36.4%) homicide deaths.”

    “In 2010, there were an estimated 5,419,000 crashes, killing 32,885 and injuring 2,239,000. [1] The 32,367 traffic fatalities in 2011 were the lowest in 62 years (1949).”

    Remove suicides and cars kill almost 22,000 more people each year, over 3 times as many people as guns.

    “In 2008, there were 78,622 nonfatal firearm injuries in the United States…”

    Versus 2,239,000 auto related injuries.

    Cars are obviously far more dangerous than guns and should not be allowed on school property, and certainly nowhere near the POTUS.

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